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The future of any profession rests with the next generation of young people who wish to join its ranks. I am pleased to say that the future of the legal profession is in good hands after attending the 2013 Attorney General’s Student Pro Bono Awards at the House of Commons on Monday 25 March.
The Awards have been running since 2007 and celebrate the pro bono work that law students and law schools engage in to support their local communities and the rule of law.
I was lucky enough to be one of the judges again this year and the quality of applications was outstanding. In fact, my fellow judges (Nick Fluck, Isla Grant and Robin Porter) and I had such difficulty in separating the students put forward for the individual award that we produced a shortlist of eight candidates from which we chose a winner and two runners-up.
Full details of the shortlisted candidates can be found on the LawWorks website and the winners of each of the categories were as follows:
The range of projects supported and the commitment shown by law students to supporting the administration of justice and the rule of law was inspiring. Congratulations from LexisNexis to them all.
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